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Nov 15, 2009 11:00pm EST
a forum and a microphone so that they can blast forth on the united states their ugly views of how we should be killed by the thousands. >> reporter: former mayor rudy giuliani agrees. >> i don't know why you want to give terrorists advantages, it's a risk to the city of new york which already has a number of risks. >> reporter: but the city commissioner says the city is always a target. >> we're the biggest law enforcement city in the country. we handle high profile events, certainly high profile trials in the past, and we'll be able to do it. >> reporter: al-qaida militants faced trial in new york as the group convicted of plotting to explode city landmarks. the future still has some security experts concerned. and in recent years under the bush administration, other terrorists t suspects were put on trial in virginia just miles away from the pentagon. >>> speaking of trials, that big one involving sheila dixon continues. she is accused of soliciting gift cards for her own use. if dixon is convicted, she would have to step down from office. stay with wjz for complete coverage of thi
Nov 11, 2009 11:00pm EST
of water over much of the united states,. >> let's take a look at the radar, the heavier just south of the baltimore region but it is beginning to move. so we'll see moderate rain at times. take a look around the area, south of the area to moderate shower activity, just to the south of us with pockets of moderate rain around the city. the heavier however, queens town, over the portions of the bay bridge area, just to the east of annapolis right now, cambridge, down to salisbury, just light, the baltimore region seeing a half inch south of us, as much as an inch and a half of rain has fallenment fallen, take a look at temperatures, cloudy skies, 43 for the temperatures, ocean city, 50, 3000 feet, the mountains seeing a few wet snowflakes. right now, winds coming out of the east, 21 in ocean city, but wind gusts 30-40, offshore, winds of 40-45 miles per hour. these are -- just about you know we're talking tropical storm gale force winds, not that strong, but we'll get breezes tomorrow, 20-25, all because of ida offshore, strengthening off the gulf. and there is a huge pressure matter
Nov 18, 2009 11:00pm EST
, it will not mean that they will be released in the united states. >>> shopping for a new-- insurance interstudent for safety insurance has tougher standard. a new test for tougher roofs now added to the standard. supervise subaru, ford, volvo placed ultimate cars on the list toilet yarks the world's largest maker failed to have any of their models make the year's cut. >>> illegal trash dumping is not only an eyesore but a breeding ground for rats and it is becoming a great problem for baltimore. tonight, we have a look at the lengths the city is going to to catch those responsible. >> a is they code enforcement convoy rolls up on fayette street and finds a big problem. >> it says no dumping. $250 fine. but what you see in this corn ser nothing but dumping. >> piles of trash not scored in trash cans as required but in bag and where there's trash, there's rats. illegal dumping is so common in this one spot, there a rat's nest just three feet away. >> that's the way they live. they live here and feed here. >> this is a lot of trash here. >> neighborhood leaders say for years, they tried to clean up
Nov 20, 2009 11:00pm EST
published in the united states, the insurers have indeed moved to be supportive of those guidelines. >> reporter: the baltimore doctor we spoke to is a member of the organization that released those guidelines. he believes the motives were not financial, and releasing these guidelines near the mammogram ones were coincidental. >> thank you kelly. >>> health and human services secretary has spoken out against the new mammogram guidelines but has not yet commented on the new pap smear guideline. >>> lawmakers are expected to vote on whether to allow the full senate to start working on the bill. 60 is the magic number the democrats need to keep the legislature alive. the price tag is estimated at $1 trillion. that's one reason the republicans are against both the house and senate versions. democrats say part of the reform will be paid for by taxing high end health insurance and taxing medical costs. >>> the boss is back in town after more than 30 years. bruce springsteen brought the glory days back to baltimore tonight. kai jackson was lucky enough to catch a glimpse of tonight's perfo
Nov 8, 2009 11:00pm EST
. >> it falls on the united states senate to bring this effort to the finish line on behalf of the american people. >> reporter: what the bill will look like once it gets there is anyone's guess. katherine brown. >> all of marylands representatives voted for that bill except for 2 western maryland republican roscoe bartlett. >>> today's beautiful weather it was a great time to get out and enjoy the day that's exactly what a lot of people did attending the 30th annual greek heritage fess tiferl. they had great weather for this today. plenty of food, fun and music for everyone. great weather to sit out there and eat as well. >>> meanwhile some families are finding it harder and harder to put food on their table. that's why the maryland food bank is teaming up with the baltimore ravens for this up coming holiday season. >> reporter: the need is up, donations are down. some of the nation's large effort charities largest charities are struggling. >> the need is so fierce in the community. >> reporter: donors tight on cash typically wait for the next year to give to charities. >> a lot of p
Nov 10, 2009 11:00pm EST
to bring awareness to the disease that afflicts 22,000 people in the united states. a former astronaut from maryland pleads guilty to reduced charges in her bizarre attack on a romantic rival. lisa nowak rereceived probation and i voided a trial on attempted kidnapping charges and i pole jized to colleen shipman she drove cross country and confronted her after shipman began dating her love interest. shipman says she is reeling from the 2007 incident. >>> it was a sales pitch not a blackmailing according to the lawyer for the man accused of attempting to extort david letterman. rushed halderman's defense team sways trying to sell a screenplay and his attorney asked the judge to toss out the case today. halderman was arrested after caping phoney $2 million check from letterman. >>> bike riders and walkers abe ware maryland and baltimore area are the worst when it comes to pedestrian and bicycling safety. derek valcourt has details on the scudy and why some question the findings. >> reporter: johns hopkins student killed by a driver while crossing the road. 67-year-old chuck yates run over by
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